Return to Video

【裏話】ワンマンとフェス | MCについてと、最近ハマった配信番組

  • 0:00 - 0:02
    Translation & Subtitles: thoseguiltyeyes | scandal-heaven.com
  • 0:02 - 0:06
    How was our recent livestream concert?
  • 0:06 - 0:09
    Eh, you mean the one in August?
  • 0:09 - 0:12
    Well...
  • 0:14 - 0:22
    That was basically the first time in my life I had felt so nervous.
  • 0:23 - 0:28
    It was being recorded too.
  • 0:31 - 0:34
    So...
  • 0:34 - 0:39
    Doing something we've done before
  • 0:39 - 0:42
    While being amidst scenery we had never seen before
  • 0:42 - 0:46
    -Felt really weird.
    -Yeah, it did.
  • 0:46 - 0:53
    When there's an audience and we're communicating with them,
  • 0:53 - 0:57
    It's like the tension is relieved.
  • 0:57 - 1:00
    Not once was it relieved [during the livestream].
  • 1:00 - 1:02
    That's true.
  • 1:03 - 1:08
    It surprised me that I could feel that nervous for two hours.
  • 1:10 - 1:16
    My heart was beating so fast by playing "Ceramic Blue" as our first song.
  • 1:17 - 1:19
    It was like, "Isn't that a tense song?" but in a good way.
  • 1:20 - 1:21
    I felt numb.
  • 1:24 - 1:33
    I mean, even though we've played several concerts and have done this for several years,
  • 1:33 - 1:43
    The tension of that moment where I started off a song with me singing and playing guitar...
  • 1:44 - 1:47
    Probably nothing else can take the place of that.
  • 1:49 - 1:54
    I mean, if I had messed up there, the entire show would be over.
  • 1:55 - 1:59
    That's what you were thinking about when you started to sing?
  • 1:59 - 2:04
    I didn't think that much about it right before.
  • 2:04 - 2:08
    -But a pressure like that definitely exists.
    -It does.
  • 2:08 - 2:14
    Also, you need to feel that pressure when you perform.
  • 2:15 - 2:22
    But looking at the footage, we all look so calm!
  • 2:24 - 2:26
    -That's crazy~
    -It is.
  • 2:30 - 2:35
    I think that people who don't feel nervous are amazing.
  • 2:36 - 2:38
    They're calm in any situation.
  • 2:39 - 2:43
    Of course we feel like that for concerts,
  • 2:43 - 2:50
    But also for stuff like interviews and recording comments for TV shows.
  • 2:50 - 2:58
    I think that it makes things a little easier by saying you're not good at something, or if you're nervous.
  • 2:59 - 3:04
    You go, "I'm totally fine" and then try to do it,
  • 3:04 - 3:07
    So that can make things tough at times.
  • 3:08 - 3:16
    In particular, HARU plays a central role since she speaks during our concerts.
  • 3:16 - 3:22
    In contrast, I act as support during MCs.
  • 3:23 - 3:27
    -There's such a thing as overthinking things.
    -Yeah.
  • 3:27 - 3:32
    Doing MCs during concerts...
  • 3:32 - 3:44
    When I think about how what I say could potentially change someone's life,
  • 3:45 - 3:49
    That has its own feeling of tension.
  • 3:50 - 3:54
    -It's something important, after all.
    -Yeah.
  • 3:54 - 4:00
    Someone else's words can help you out.
  • 4:00 - 4:05
    It's a good feeling of tension, though.
  • 4:05 - 4:09
    If you don't have that feeling of tension,
  • 4:09 - 4:13
    You shouldn't be speaking in front of others.
  • 4:14 - 4:18
    When you live with those feelings,
  • 4:18 - 4:21
    -Your heart takes quite the blow.
    -That's true.
  • 4:21 - 4:28
    The MCs we do for solo concerts and the MCs we do for festivals,
  • 4:28 - 4:32
    They completely differ.
  • 4:33 - 4:36
    Like...how can I put it?
  • 4:36 - 4:40
    Solo concerts...since the attendees are people who have come to see us specifically,
  • 4:40 - 4:44
    We can imagine what we could say.
  • 4:44 - 4:46
    However, with festivals,
  • 4:46 - 4:50
    They put you more on edge.
  • 4:50 - 4:55
    Like, "We're going to get you to like us!"
  • 4:55 - 4:58
    During those times,
  • 4:59 - 5:06
    We wonder what we should say to get people to understand us in a short amount of time.
  • 5:06 - 5:08
    Like...
  • 5:08 - 5:10
    Hm...
  • 5:10 - 5:18
    I think we're a difficult type of band to understand when it comes to festivals.
  • 5:19 - 5:23
    Like...how should I put it...
  • 5:23 - 5:29
    -The kind of...
    -We're not the typical kind of band you see at festivals?
  • 5:29 - 5:35
    We don't know what people are thinking of us,
  • 5:35 - 5:37
    But...
  • 5:38 - 5:44
    -I feel that we don't belong anywhere.
    -I get that.
  • 5:47 - 5:52
    I think there are many people in the audience who think that,
  • 5:52 - 5:54
    Especially those seeing us for the first time.
  • 5:54 - 5:58
    For those who don't really know who we are
  • 5:58 - 6:04
    And happen to learn about us while they're there and decide to watch us,
  • 6:04 - 6:08
    We wonder how we should appear to them.
  • 6:08 - 6:11
    Also, for those who don't know about us,
  • 6:11 - 6:17
    we've always been searching for the right way
  • 6:17 - 6:20
    -to structure an MC for those people.
    -Yeah.
  • 6:20 - 6:22
    Like...
  • 6:22 - 6:30
    We've been thinking recently that it'd be great if we could let people know exactly who we are via the exact words we say.
  • 6:31 - 6:35
    Occasionally, when we play year-end festivals,
  • 6:35 - 6:38
    You're battling a full-blown cold.
  • 6:38 - 6:42
    -That was only last year!
    -Didn't that happen two years ago too?
  • 6:42 - 6:43
    -It did.
    -Yeah, it did!
  • 6:43 - 6:51
    It was like she could barely get her singing across,
  • 6:51 - 6:57
    And when we thought that if she spoke during the MCs then her voice might give out before the end of our set,
  • 6:57 - 7:01
    For some reason it was decided that I'd do the MC!
  • 7:01 - 7:03
    I have no idea why.
  • 7:03 - 7:10
    But wasn't it like, "We're going to have someone stand in front"?
  • 7:12 - 7:16
    We didn't really decide that.
  • 7:16 - 7:20
    We didn't have a large dressing room but a tiny front room next to the stage,
  • 7:20 - 7:22
    And when we got there,
  • 7:22 - 7:28
    I was suddenly told, "You'll be doing the MC today..."
  • 7:31 - 7:35
    I didn't want to make HARU feel anxious,
  • 7:35 - 7:37
    So I was like, "Okay! I'll speak."
  • 7:37 - 7:43
    I was like, I've done this plenty; I'll be fine.
  • 7:43 - 7:48
    -It's because MCs are so important that they're difficult to do.
    -They are.
  • 7:48 - 7:52
    Even if you decide to be nuanced about it,
  • 7:52 - 7:55
    -There are times when it turns out completely different.
    -I totally get that.
  • 7:56 - 7:59
    When you're speaking on stage,
  • 7:59 - 8:04
    Aren't there times when you're like, "Wait, why am I taking up this persona?"
  • 8:05 - 8:06
    -What's with that?
    -I have no idea.
  • 8:07 - 8:10
    -You're probably being possessed by someone.
    -Probably so.
  • 8:10 - 8:14
    But days when you're like, "Today was great" do occasionally happen.
  • 8:14 - 8:16
    That's true.
  • 8:16 - 8:19
    Because you experience it point by point,
  • 8:19 - 8:22
    You're like, "That's exactly it!"
  • 8:22 - 8:25
    You do it for those moments.
  • 8:25 - 8:28
    I wonder how it'll be like in the future.
  • 8:29 - 8:33
    We've always talked about that.
  • 8:33 - 8:34
    It's like, "How many times have we talked about that today?"
  • 8:35 - 8:38
    -I'm looking forward to it.
    -Yeah.
  • 8:39 - 8:42
    During the time we would have had our world tour,
  • 8:42 - 8:44
    Wasn't there a period where we didn't see each other?
  • 8:44 - 8:47
    We were at our homes the entire time we didn't see each other!
  • 8:47 - 8:50
    What did you do at home?
  • 8:51 - 8:53
    At home,
  • 8:55 - 8:58
    I did stuff like watching Korean dramas.
  • 8:58 - 9:02
    What about recently? What have you been doing at home recently?
  • 9:04 - 9:08
    -I've been watching those kinds of dramas.
    -What are you watching?
  • 9:08 - 9:10
    For Korean dramas,
  • 9:10 - 9:12
    I'm watching "Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth."
  • 9:15 - 9:22
    Park Seo-joon, who is the lead in "Itaewon Class," is also the lead in that series.
  • 9:22 - 9:31
    It's a Korean historical drama about a princess that lived 1500 years ago.
  • 9:31 - 9:40
    She doesn't surround herself with handsome servants,
  • 9:40 - 9:47
    But she gets toughened up by them.
  • 9:47 - 9:50
    -It's basically eye candy.
    -Is that so?
  • 9:51 - 9:53
    -That's how you have fun?
    -Yeah.
  • 9:53 - 9:55
    -I see.
    -This drama seriously is a feast for the eyes.
  • 9:55 - 9:58
    -Hmm.
    -I totally recommend it.
  • 10:00 - 10:04
    -You don't like series like that at all, do you?
    -I wouldn't say I don't them,
  • 10:04 - 10:08
    But I've never gotten hooked on those.
  • 10:08 - 10:12
    -It'll make you feel relaxed just by watching it, seriously.
    -Is that so?
  • 10:12 - 10:16
    -I think it's very rare for me to feel that way.
    -I think so too.
  • 10:16 - 10:20
    The feeling of getting charged up by seeing someone cool...
  • 10:20 - 10:23
    -But that's good for you, and it must be fun.
    -It is fun.
  • 10:24 - 10:28
    -It completely charges me up.
    -Oh yeah? That's good.
  • 10:28 - 10:33
    It doesn't matter if the [actors] are handsome or not;
  • 10:33 - 10:35
    I get charged up by what's said.
  • 10:39 - 10:44
    -Do you get it?
    -I do. You are that type of person.
  • 10:45 - 10:50
    I've been watching "Chibi Maruko-chan" all the time lately.
  • 10:50 - 10:53
    Have you ever seriously sat down to watch it?
  • 10:53 - 10:56
    Well...I've never properly watched an episode of it.
  • 10:56 - 10:58
    Right?
  • 10:58 - 11:00
    It'll really make you cry!
  • 11:00 - 11:03
    I get that there are stories that can make you cry,
  • 11:04 - 11:08
    But I don't think I've been watching anything like that.
  • 11:08 - 11:12
    -It's all on Netflix.
    -Oh yeah?
  • 11:12 - 11:14
    I've always watched things like "Atashin'chi,"
  • 11:14 - 11:20
    And I really do recommend watching those two series.
  • 11:20 - 11:22
    Watching "Maru-chan"...
  • 11:23 - 11:26
    The commonpoint is that they're all about family.
  • 11:26 - 11:30
    Right now I'm kind of hooked on rewatching anime series I've been a fan of for a long time.
  • 11:30 - 11:32
    But I've already watched all episodes of "Maru-chan."
  • 11:32 - 11:36
    -Eh!?
    -They were all on Netflix.
  • 11:36 - 11:40
    -Eh!?
    -Also, I used to a projector to watch "Maru-chan."
  • 11:40 - 11:41
    That was...
  • 11:41 - 11:44
    -That's way too posh!
    -It's like I was watching it on a large screen.
  • 11:44 - 11:47
    This was such a great time.
  • 11:48 - 11:49
    Yeah, it was.
  • 11:49 - 11:50
    Ah~
  • 11:51 - 11:54
    -We've been talking for 52 minutes already.
    -We talked a lot!
  • 11:55 - 11:57
    -You're going to trim it down, right?
    -Yeah, I am.
  • 11:57 - 12:01
    No matter how much is filmed, I compact it all.
  • 12:01 - 12:03
    This was fun~
  • 12:05 - 12:08
    It really had been a long time since we last went out to eat.
  • 12:08 - 12:10
    Yeah, for sure.
  • 12:10 - 12:15
    The two of us didn't talk that much.
  • 12:15 - 12:17
    Ah, that's true.
  • 12:18 - 12:20
    -This was a great time.
    -Yeah.
  • 12:20 - 12:22
    I'm glad I asked you out.
  • 12:23 - 12:26
    It's a little different from when the four of us talk together.
  • 12:26 - 12:28
    That's true.
  • 12:28 - 12:30
    -Good work.
    -Thank you so much!
  • 12:31 - 12:34
    That's all for now. Bye bye!
  • 12:34 - 12:35
    Thank you, HARU!
  • 12:35 - 12:39
    -Until the next time we meet.
    -Wait, is it okay to invite you out again?
  • 12:39 - 12:42
    -It is.
    -I'm really nervous on days I invite her out.
  • 12:42 - 12:46
    -If I ask you, "Are you free tomorrow?", you're going to think, "Is this for YouTube?"
    -Got it.
  • 12:47 - 12:49
    Well, if you have plans then turn me down.
  • 12:52 - 12:54
    That's all for today.
  • 12:54 - 12:58
    Thank you so much! Bye bye!
Title:
【裏話】ワンマンとフェス | MCについてと、最近ハマった配信番組
Description:

more » « less
Video Language:
Japanese
Duration:
12:59

English subtitles

Revisions Compare revisions